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people. fbi is investigating following violent clashes involving white national lists in virginia. residents in one jersey shore town plan to hold a rally today against a controversial dune project that left bacteria-laden water on their beach. >> outside we go to chris sowers, a nice start to the sunday , chris. >> reporter: it feels better than yesterday, sitting in the steam bath, the dewpoints in the upper 60s and low 70s. there's a nice breeze behind me. it feels good. temperature-wise, north and west, slatington, 63 degrees. dewpoints in the upper 50s. kutztown, 53, as well. center city, 73. and newtown, checking in at 70. 71 in glassboro. hammonton, 75. cinnaminson, 71. dover 72. we're dealing with high humidity levels across south jersey and
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delaware, the front has not cleared the coast just yet, but it will do so over the next few hours. satellite and radar cloud cover and showers to the south there's a small little disturbance working over the virginia capes. it is moving east and noter, therefore high pressure is in control today. that means expect a nice day overall. accuweather says sun and clouds today, less humid, high high of. the funny thing about that, temperature-wise it will be a good four or five degrees warmer than yesterday. the fact that the humidity will drop this afternoon it will feel a million times better. looking ahead, here's a look at the headlines. less humid today, it will turn hotter by wednesday, we have a shot of hitting 90 degrees by wednesday. with that increase in heat and humidity comes the threat of thunderstorms again by the end of next week. i'll be back in just a few minutes with all the details in the seven-day forecast. >> thank you. we're covering breaking news out of chester, delaware county. "action news" learned that police shot two men in an suv
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outside the gold room bar overnight on the 500 block of edgemont avenue. the systems opened fire on a man they were arguing with. they then shot at the officers, the suspects took off, police discovered both suspects had been shot. we'll have a live report at 10:00. >> now to the violent clashes in charlottesville, virginia. it's making headlines across the country. a federal civil rights investigation is underway. tensions boiled over between white nationalists and counter protesters, one woman run down by a car and killed. many others injured. we have more from virginia. >> reporter: demonstrations turn chaotic and deadly. the violence erupted in downtown charlottesville, virginia, between white nationalists and
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court protesters during a unite the right rally. at least one person, a 3 #-year-old woman was killed after a car slammed into a group of protesters. >> the car flew by and immediately victims starting pointed coming out. my friend ran after the car, i gave first aid to a lady who had come out from the scene. >> two virginia state patrol troopers were killed in the helicopter crash while monitoring the situation in char char -- charlottesville. james alex fields is being held in a virginia jail. vee's governor had a message. >> our message is plane and simple go home. you're not wanted in this great commonwealth. shame on you, you pretend you're pay traits, you're anything but a patriot. >> president trump did not use the words, but he did condemn
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the hate. >> we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred and bigotry on many sides. >> people in our area began holding vigils in support of those injured and killed. in jenkintown, people gathered on the time square for a candle light vigilance. in center city philly we rise took to the streets to protest white nationalists in charlottesville. mayor kenny tweeted this is not what america is supposed to be we're about love and unity, not hate. from some leaders we've seep e seen swift reaction against -- we've seen swift reaction against the violence. chris christie tweeted --
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former president obama has responded to the violence saying. form vice president joe biden said this -- your time 9:05 a.m., back here at home, a man had to be rescued after falling into a sinkhole in strawberry mansion section. the man stepped off the curb and dropped into the ten foot sing hole that formed between passionated cars on west knorr street. firefighters pulled the man to safety. he was taken to temple university hospital to be treated for non-life threatening injuries. neighbors say the water department patched up a hole a short distance away. a corner store in strawberry mansion went you up n flames this morning. firefighters found flames shooting from the store at
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1:00 a.m. no reports of any injuries. firefighters working to figure out what caused the fire. french president is the latest european leader to call on north korea and the u.s. to dial back the rhetoric and find a peaceful solution to the nuclear crisis. in a phone call, president trump and the president agreed to work together. yesterday pyongyang warned trum if the u.s -- trump if the u.s. doesn't want to meet tragic doom he should talk and act correctly. mayor kenny is promising an investigation into the shooting by police in philadelphia. police say they received a 911 call from a woman saying her son was trying to steal her car. when officers tried to stop tyrice carlisle there was a struggle, he grabbed a gun.
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he let that go and went after a second gun, that's when the officer shot and killed carlisle. the nair -- mayor is promising an investigation. an alleged shoplifter is dead after he drown, he stole items from wawa near woodbury lake. he took off and jumped into the lake. he refused police commands to get out of the water and started to swim under the ever green avenue bridge. state police found him dead 6 hours later. >> i opened the door and the body was laying right there. >> police say the death was accidental, the man's identity has not been released. happening today a rally against a dune project that has led to large ponds of water on margate beaches.
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the rally is planned at 2:00 p.m. on jerome avenue. the army corps of engineers has added sand to the area where storm water collected following recent storms. >> 9:08 a.m. you can still keep on dreaming like me about becoming an instant millionaire. there were no winners in the powerball drawing that means, wednesday's drawing will be worth $430 million. here's a look at last night winningest in connection with. they were, 20, 24, 26, the powerball 19. you can see the numbers after "action news" at 11 p.m. musikfest comes to an end tonight, jethro tull is
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celebrating his 49 year as a musician. although the original band disbanded years ago, he is keeping the sound alive. we're looking forward to seeing him. >> more concern about the safety of your credit card. we have details on why you need to check the security pins. how one of the biggest music stars is lending a helping hand to the victims of the flint water crisis. live look sky6 live hd meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it's not a bad one when we come right back.
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>> singer bruno mars performed in the detroit area. he told the crowd he planned to donate a million dollars to from the concert to the victims of the flint water crisis. the lead from old pipes leeched into the water. the money will go to those affected by the crisis. pop star britany spears donating a portion of her ticket sales to louisiana. one dollar of every ticket sold there through the end of the year will go to public schools in the louisiana school board association that will help schools and teachers buy instructional materials. >> 9:12 a.m., time for
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accuweather, i am loving the weather. >> reporter: yesterday it was so sticky and today it feels like a breath of fresh air. let's go live on sky6 live hd we'll get you shot of a cape may. looks different than yesterday down there at this time, doesn't it. periods of rain until 2:00 p.m. yesterday afternoon. today you'll see a decent start. a few clouds mixed in, the humidity levels will drop off dramatically it will feel nice and refreshing. satellite and radar behind me you can see there's not much going on. yesterday's system will work out to sea, we have an area of high pressure diving from to the souh from toronto. pressure is rising. winds are out of the north at 1 miles per hour. that northerly breeze is drying everything out. temperature-wise, 72 in allentown. 73 in philadelphia. millville, 76. cape may, 75.
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reading, 72. and trenton, 73. dewpoint temperatures these are the numbers that have been like a thorn in the side over the last few days. this determines how muggy it feels out there. anytime you see dewpoints in the 70s that's oppressive. 60 as is humid. poconos are drying out. low to mid 60s north and west, low to mid 70s, south and east. everybody gets into the comfort zone as we get into 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m. that comfortable weather will stick around until at least tuesday afternoon. tuesday into wednesday, the muggies return, threat of showers and storms. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, showers and clouds moving off the virginia capes, high pressure building in from the west, nice day overall. sun and clouds the rest of the way. lowering humidity levels by 4:00 p.m., same thing. overnight tonight, we'll go
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mainly clear, as we head into monday, monday we start out with sunshine, high, thin clouds overspread the area late in the day. maybe it's mostly sunny by 10:00. 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., it's mostly cloudy, we'll hold off the rain and it will stay well off to the west. tuesday there's an outside shot of a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. it's a 30% chance, but some of you will see a shower on tuesday. today, less humid, combination ever sun and clouds. 86 degrees in philadelphia. 83 in dover. 84 for millville. 80 in cape may. toms river, 84. trenton, 83. jersey shore, mixture of sun and clouds, partly cloudy skies, less humid. beach haven, 84 degrees, atlantic city on the sand, 84. low risk for rip currents. cape may, 80, a nice breeze off the bay beaches. this is the last night for
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musikfest head up to bethlehem, jethro tull is the headliner. numbers dropping in the 70s and mid to upper 60s. no humidity at all, a nice everyone. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 86 today, increasing clouds monday, 84. tuesday, a stray shower thunderstorm is possible. 86. wednesday turning hotter, highs closer to 90. nydia? >> bicyclists were off to the races through downtown west chester, chester county. this is the benchmark twilight classic. it's a professional racing event. a bike challenge was held for the little ones. we'll be right back. "healthcheck" this morning,
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a new study finds marijuana use greatly increases your risk of higher blood pressure. researchers studied 1200 people. they discovered those who smoke
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marijuana had a three fold increase of high blood pressure than those who didn't use the drug. a new study from japan found daily fluxations could be be linked to dementia during a month. those with the most variations were more than twice likely to develop dementia. >> 9:19 a.m. there is mixed news when it comes to strokes according to a new collective study from several universities. the rate of stroke is falling faster in men than women. researchers looked at data on a million participants. the stroke rate on men declined over a 15 year study, but no change for women. here's another reason to adopt the mediterranean diet.
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it could lower your risk of needing glb -- glb surgery experts found those who ate the most ligumes were less likely to have gallbladder surgery. children must be immunized before school or they could be kept out of class. the philadelphia school district reminded parents of two other changes. all students must have a 4th dose of the polio vacs scene including one at or after age 4. kid in 1st grade need -- 12 grade need meningitis vaccine.
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>> the message for parents today make an appointment with your child's doctor before school starts. >> families without doctors can get vaccinations at city health center. the those who don't get their children immunized puts your children at risk, as well as others. pennsylvania's immune is at the bottom of all states.
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>> reporter: all right, welcome back everyone, 9:23 a.m., sun and clouds for the jersey shore, 84. 86 degrees less humid in the city of philadelphia. same thing good mix of sun and clouds, very comfortable in the poconos. sunny skies and temperatures in the mid 70s. let's head down to the tropics we have newly formed tropical aggression north of the puerto rico and east of the bahama islands. you can see this cluster in
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here. the cloud cover is off to the east. it's fighting wind sheer. even though it looks like it is moving toward the eastern seaboard. we have a cold front that's in the process of lowering the humidity levels in our neck of the woods as i speak. that front is kicker. this is the saving grace, the storm is not going to be moving like this, instead it will be moving this way, in between that front and the island of bermuda, it should stay out to sea and a miss for the eastern seaboard. >> we hope so, thank you chris. there's new concern about the security chips on your credit cards. experts say the devices that are supposed to protect your vital information could come loose and fall out. >> reporter: chip transactions are meant to make the cards more secure. follow the instructions on the pin pad. in most cases they do. if the tiny piece of technology
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gets missing, they can fall out. >> over time it could cause issue with the underlying glue. >> reporter: thisthis happened o reporter jason knolls of abc station wls. he called chase someone found the chip on the ground that another person could use it on another card. it can happen with any credit card. he ran tests with two cards of his own to approve the chip hack can happen. >> i peeled off a chip of two cards and i swapped them and took the card to retailer and ran the transaction. and the receipt you could tell, it shows the last four digits didn't match the card i yew -- used. >> reporter: computer hack showed how someone can swipe
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your credit card info just by being close to it. the electronic transaction association said the capturing of your card info is not so easily done because most consumers would be aware of a thief getting next to their card. when it comes to losing your chip chase says it's rare, but in either event we strongly event replacing the card with a new account and card. abc news new york. >> we have an important consumer warning about bogus glasses being sold in the advance of the to that similar eclipse. while you need to make sure you wear the proper lenses to protect your eyes, make sure you get the real thing. never look directly into the sun even during the eclipse. >> do not use a camera or set of binoculars or cell phone even
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if you're using the protective eye ware they are only geared to protect you through normal viewing. >> when looking to buy glasses look for a product ifo icon and make sure you can see the manufacturer's name. many glasses that are approved are under $5. read up on how to watch the eclipse with the approved eye ware. we have more on the slash eclipse. we have fun facts, how the sudden daytime blackout my impact animals. 927 your time. much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. it's a major accomplishment for anyone much less a young girl who has gone through a huge health issue. we have details on her achievement. >> a plan that's geared for
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dark clouds, the sun returns to the delaware and lehigh valleys. meteorologist chris sowers joins us now with more in accuweather, great day ahead. >> reporter: doesn't this put you in a good mood? >> it does. >> reporter: nice and refreshing out there. we don't like it when it feels like a steam bath out there. sky6 live hd nice shot of philadelphia international airport. and you can see the sun shining down brightly. it turned out to be a nice morning around the delaware and lehigh valleys. dewpoint wise, the humidity is starting to drop off, with the breeze out of the northwest it's beginning to become a lot more refreshing out there. yesterday it was a complete steam bath. 75 in beach haven. philadelphia, 73. allentown, 72. cape may, 75. lancaster, 71. dover, checking in at 72 degrees. day planner looks like mostly sunny skies to partly cloudy, we'll see clouds from time to
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time, temperatures in the low to mid 80s. noon, 82. 3:00 p.m., 85. 5:00 p.m., 85. forecasting a high of 86 degrees. it's all in part thanks to the cold front that's in the process of pushing through now. it bumped all the humidity that we experienced out to sea that is long gone over the canadian maritimes. we'll see canadian high pressure set up for the next several days, a decent amount of sunshine today, sun and cloudy mix tomorrow, more importantly it stays less humid. guys. >> all right, thank you so much for the update. this morning charlottesville, virginia, appears to be calm. that was not the case yesterday when there were violent clashes in the city between white nationalists and protesters. there was violence in the street that led to the death of a 32-year-old woman. a car plowed into her and counter protesters.
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police arrested james alex fields. two police officers died while assisting with public safety efforts. president trump denounce the the violence, but did not condemn the white supremacists. the governor made it clear. >> i have a message for all the white supremacists and the nazis, go home. >> shortly after the charlottesville violence, people in our area took to the streets in support and remembrance of those killed and injured. dozens gathered in the town conveyer in jenkintown. >> we're trying to to have a measured response of love and please and kindness and getting along in peace. >> this gathering and other rallies in doylestown and center city philadelphia condemned the
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white nationalists rally. mayor kenny tweeted -- it was a shocking sight for neighbors in a north philadelphia community some of them look out of their windows overnight they saw a man lying in the street with a gunshot injury. the scene is at the 20th block of north 20th street. the neighbors heard gunshots and spotted the 52-year-old victim with gun shot injuries to the back and thigh. crews rushed the man to temple university hospital in critical condition. philadelphia police were called to little caesar's pizza in north philadelphia after a man showed up with a gunshot injury. the victim managed to walk to the restaurant after being shot at north 10th and ogden street. it was a shooting as a result of an argument between the victim and another man. the victim is in serious
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condition. now to the situation in north korea. president donald trump has reached out to the president of china as north korea issues another warning to america amid escalating tensions. >> this comes always the island nation of guam perhaps for any possible action. >> reporter: north korea's biggest trading partner urging restraint from both sides, the president of china asking president trump to restrain from further action that will aggravate tensions on with north korea. north korea saying if the trump administration does not want america to meet its tragic doom must act and talk appropriately. >> called indicators and warnings we'll be looking at north korea to see if they were mobilizing, if ships were leaving ports. >> reporter: north korea's latest rhetoric in response to
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trump as string of warnings saying the u.s. military is locked and loaded. >> if anything happens to guam there will be big, big trouble in north korea. >> reporter: on friday, he called the guam governor to assure him. >> as the governor of guam and representing the people of guam expan -- and an american citizen i have never felt safer. >> reporter: north korea now backing down. >> if he can go offshore he would have demonstrateed accuracy. worldwide, american airlines, japan, south korean and australia vow support, but a rebuke from german chancellor angela merkel saying an escalation in language is not the answer.
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>> guam's catholic faithful attended sunday mass praying for peace despite the north korea threat to fire missiles, there has not been any widespread anxiety. 85% of guam's population is catholic. the church has been a major influence influence since the spanish took control of the island in the 1600s. from our new jersey newsroom, walter gomez a suspect for a north jersey murder has been arrested. he was wanted for allegedly beating and stabbing a man to death in plainfield because he socialized with a rival gang. authorities plan to and extradie him to the garden state. good news as you start your workweek. gas prices are down. the average cost for a gallon of regular gas in the country,
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2.35. that's down a penny in the last week. in philadelphia, 2.56 a gallon which is a three cent drop. drivers are paying 2.41 a gallon. in delaware it's costing 2.25 for you to fill up. >> not bad. 9:37 a.m. you know they can be long and complicated, hear what the inventor with the computer password rule has to say more than a decade after he created the rules. who has not done this at a wedding, we'll show you a philadelphia police officer doing the cha cha. a young girl manages a huge feat after overcoming health issues. that's a live look from our city hall camera, benjamin franklin parkway turns 100, so many cool events happen on the parkway. today is a great day for the
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last day of musikfest. i'll be there with ian around -- anderson and jethro tull. we'll be right back. when it's time to move to underwear toddlers see things a bit differently thanks to pampers easy ups while they see their first underwear
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it's our biggest sale of the year! come celebrate and save. blinds to go. blinds for life. now to a young girl who made history, not only the youngest to scale one of the most famous mountains. she did so after facing one of life's biggest challenges. >> reporter: this is the photo that captured our attention, 8-year-old roxie getter on top of the world. after a five night 6 day trek this young girl from florida just made history. >> i finished climbing the top mount kilimanjaro. >> reporter: making her the youngest girl to reach the highest peek in africa. >> i made it up. an extraordinary feat for anyone let alone roxie who had open heart surgery at age one to
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correct a heart defect. here she is high above the clouds. >> i was so tired i could barely walk. her ten-year-old brother and parents with her for every step. as for doing it all again, i would like to go up the mountain a couple of hours and come back down and go home. >> abc news new york. >> brave and inspiring. >> reporter: 8 years old, too. i don't want to climb up that mountain. >> you better have inspiring weather for us. >> reporter: i have beautiful weather, gray, you will be happy. gray hates the heat and the humidity. i have a beautiful forecast for him. live we go on penns landing. sun shining down brightly. we had pop-up showers and thunderstorms as expected yesterday afternoon. most of the time, yesterday was dry, kind of cloudy and dull. today it's bright and sunny. 86 degrees is the forecasted
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high in philadelphia. which is where we should be for this time of the year. that's the average it started out at 70 degrees, the normal is 69. 63 in the poconos, allentown, 72. trenton, 73. millville, 76. cape may atlantic city checking in at 75. not much going on satellite and radar we have clouds and showers off to the south. all this activity is pushing off to the east. it will not be lifting north an impacting us over the next several hours. expect a nice day. cold front pushes to the deep south. it's in the process of pushing through now. you'll know if the front slides through, in south jersey and delaware, it's sticky there now. you will know when the front pulls through the humidity drops like a rock it will feel better. the front is dropping down like this. you can see what it done to the humidity. it's all the way down across the dixie south. it's nice and comfortable up here, extremely humid down to the south. jackson has a dewpoint of 76.
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mobile 78 we felt this over the last several weeks. we know how oppressive that is. it will be here for the next few hours, the booze bad -- bad newt will lift back into our neck of the woods by middle of next week. w.start out with sunshine tomorrow and high, thin wispy clouds overspread the area tomorrow late in the day. most of the rain, showers and thunderstorms should stay to the west across western and central portions of pennsylvania. come tuesday there's a chance of a shower or thunderstorm. monday we stay dry. today if you're heading to the phillies maybe we can make it two in a row against the mets. 1:30 p.m. start time. first pitch, 83. 9th inning, 85. jersey shore it will be brighter combination of sun and clouds, less humid, low risk for rip current. 84 in beach haven. ocean city and atlantic city all three around the same.
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sea isle city, 83. cape may, 80. 84 in rehoboth beach and bethany beach, 84. you will get a bay breeze in cape may. that will keep the temperatures comfortably cool. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast nice and quiet over the next several days. sun and clouds, less humid, 8 of. sun and clouds, 84. nice arena comfortable. tuesday the humidity creeps up a little bit. increasing clouds and shower or thunderstorm late in the day, 86. wednesday we get into it again, mostly sunny, warmer high close to 90. you will notice the change in humidity it becomes oppressive again that sets up a humid end of the week. thursday, friday, saturday, humid. temperature-wise we can handle 86. but with the humidity you'll need the ac cranking once again, look out for a shower or thunderstorm. the next few days look great enjoy it. >> in 1985. a painting disappeared without a
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trace more than 3 decades later a valuable piece of art reappeared. a man called the museum saying he purchased art from an estate sale in nora new mexico. he believed the painting was the missing work. they verified, yes, this is the original. the painting valued at $160 million.
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sunday morning, 9:47 a.m., 73 degrees out there, so glad you're waking up with us this morning. sky6 live hd overlooking center city arc nice start to your sunday -- a nice start to your sunday. meteorologist chris sowers is tracking your seven-day forecast, guess what, no 90s, good news on the way. drivers with the new lamborghini comes equipped with preset modes for street, track and sports driving. there's the new eagle mode that allows drivers to customize the car's setting. it's packed with uncrease power and full roll steering for smoother separation. it starts at $120,000. get you one. we're at the "action news" big board with technically speaking.
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samsung has released a new galaxy f8. it has an -- she shed an all gls body for a steel frame. those who have a smart phone plan, t-mobile allows people over the age of 55 to get two lines for $60 a month. unlike plans from other carriers this is a full fledge smart phone plan with unlimited data. $1.5 billion is being raised to increase the mass production of tesla car. elon musk made a statement i will -- alluding to troubles concerning investors.
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the guy who created the word for the strong password said he regrets the words he created. a retired former manager of the national standards of technology. in 2003. he was tasked with the rule password. it turns out a shorter password with what whacky characters are easier to crack than a longer string of familiar words. sports is next. ♪ we buy any car dot com ♪
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morning, doesn't that look nice? sky6 live hd taking a live look right now at cape may, new jersey. it is 9:53 a.m. 73 degrees. the humidity is out of here, we have a great day ahead no matter where you are. phillies wrap up their four game series against the mets at citizens bank park and hope to get another win. >> philadelphia soul notches one in the w column. here's jamie apody with the rest of the sunday morning sports. >> reporter: alumni weekend is usually a happy occasion, but with the passing of darren adult took on a -- daulton took on a serious tone. dallas green and jim bunning honored after passing away. schmidt said darren was about love. the emotion shown on their faces as they honored and saluted
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their teammates and friends. >> like these men be a beacon of light spread love at home at home and in the community. the wall of fame family will miss those guys and celebrate their lives and the memories they left behind. >> aaron nola giving the phils a great performance against the mets. got to love the heads up throw by freddie galvis to gun down the runner at the place. nola gave up a solo home run. mets 1-0 lead. phillies come back in the 5th. two-run rally. galvis bounces on the ride phillies go on to win it. >> darby day we met the new cornerback yesterday, ronald darby. hanging out.
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the player started 29 games for the bill. according to howie roseman he is rare speed. >> it's exciting especially in a city like that, they have great fans. come in and learn from the vets, jenkins and all them, learn the play book. i'm a young guy only 23. i seen them today they are out there working hard. like the future like looking bright. >> ron jaworski and the philadelphia soul heading back to the arena bowl. i look my family to a soul game there's no place laundry. baltimore the only team to beat them this year, not last night. darious reynolds cashing in. 6 touchdowns. they will play for the title in
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two weeks, how about that? hopefully another championship in town. >> nice to see jamie apody back from maternity leave, right. washington nationals suffered a big loss, right fielder, bryce harper left the game against the giants after he hyper extended his right knee. an mri is scheduled today to determine the extent of the injuries. jazz on the after musikfest had a lot of people dancing in the streets yesterday, and some of them were in uniform. >> yeah he is getting down, he's got the mores. music along cecil b. more avenue is a must-attend event. the police officer did the cha cha slide with the folks in the crowd. his lineup included jeff brad shaw and friends, i like that.
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nice to see him having a good time. >> there's much more to come on sunday morning edition of "action news." did you know south jersey is the place to find fresh shrimp. we'll take you to a local farm that her harvesting the seafood. proof of what happens when a coyote interrupts a cat's dinner. those stories and more, meteorologist chris sowers tracking the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we'll see you "action news" on sunday right after this >> welcs
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10:00 a.m., sunday, august 13. in the news, we're following breaking news, chaos outside a delaware county bar overnight. a fight ends in gunfire and in the end three men are hurt. ahead the fbi is investigating following violent clashes by white nationalists in virginia this weekend. >> plus, residents in one jersey shore town plan to hold a rally against a controversial dune project that left bacteria laden water near their homes. meteorologist chris sowers has a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. a gorgeous day, goodbye humidity. goodbye humidity hello comfort zone. we have a nice refreshing breeze out of the northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour.
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ushering in the dry air from canada. the humidity continues to fall. it should be nice this afternoon. allentown, 74. physical -- philadelphia, 75. dover, 72. look at the numbers, all these numbers were in the 70s yesterday, you can see where the front is it's slicing new jersey right in half. millville, on the other side the front. it's sticky in cumberland county. philadelphia, 64. allentown, 61. look at the dry air to the north. poconos 50s. that dry air will overspread the entire area this afternoon it will feel better. storm tracker 6 live we had a couple of showers pushing over the delaware beaches first thing this morning places like dewy and bethany and ocean city maryland picking up light rain enough to water the flower beds and the lawns, now all the activity is out to sea. from this point on we're looking at sun and clouds and lowering
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humidity levels. the golf forecast looks great. degrees by 10:00 a.m. less humid, light breeze out of the northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. expect a combination of sun and clouds. a gorgeous finish to the weekend. comfortable tomorrow, unfortunately the humidity creeps back in tuesday and wednesday, and so does the chance for showers and thunderstorms. i'll be back along in just a few minutes, i'll time that out for you on future tracker 6, guys? >> thank you. it was a violent night outside a delaware county bar overnight police were called after a fight ended in gunfire. the suspects fired at officers after they arrived and led police on a chase that ended in an accident. in all, three people got hurt. bob brooks joins us live from police headquarters in chester with the details on the violence. bob, what are you learning? >> reporter: well, nydia and gray, again, three people were shot and things would come to an
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end after two suspects hopped into a dodge durango and crashed into a tree. the chester police say it started after 2:00 a.m. on at the gold room bar. officers were monitoring things while people were leaving. there was an exchange of gunfire. one man was shot outside the bar. detectives say two males got into the durango and fired at police. the officers returned fire and the suspects in the durango would take off and eventually they crashed that durango 6 blocks later at 8th an conquered avenue when officers approached the suv they found the men to be shot multiple times, all three men were rushed to crozer-chester medical. during this a 4th woman suffered wound to her neck. she ising expected to be okay. the good news no officers were hurt during this incident. now, reporting live in chester, bob brooks channel 6 "action news." gray.
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>> thank you so much for the update. the time 20:02 a.m. we continue to -- 10:02 a.m., we follow the latest clashes in charlottesville, virginia. pepper spray was used to calm down the scene. fbi is on the case as tensions boiled over between white nationalists and counter protesters. >> reporter: good morning, it is a calm morning in charlottesville, virginia. we have learned the fbi is launching a civil rights investigation after a weekend of chaos. overnight the charlottesville community holding a vigil or healing after a day of panic and chaos in the street. car plowing through a crowd of counter protesters, killing a 32-year-old woman sending 19 to the hospital. >> hit two or three other cars and smashed into people. >> reporter: the driver identified as a 20-year-old white male from ohio.
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it camped off a weekend of hatred and violence in the city, white nationalists swinging torches friday. the violence escalating as they clashed. the state of emergency declared. two virginia state police officers lieutenant h.j. collins and berk mm baits died in a helicopter crash assisting public safety. president trump speaking to the nation denouncing the violence, but not the white supremacists specifically. >> we condemn in the strongest terms this egregious display of bigotry and hatred and violence on many sides. >> reporter: the virginia governor said he had a message. >> go home. >> reporter: senator marko rubio speaking out against the president's comments tweeting
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it's important to describe this as it was a terror attack carried out by white supremacist. meghan hughes, channel 6 "action news." >> almost immediately after the violence peoplena began holding vigils in support and remembering those killed in people the town square in jerngen -- jenkintown. in doylestown it was the same. mayor jim kenny tweeted i denounce white supremacist rallies and violence in virginia this is not what america is supposed to be, we're about love and unity and not hate. other local leaders condemned the rallies. chris christie tweeted, we reject the racists and violence acting out in charlottesville. form president obama
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responded to the violence people must learn to hate if they can learn to love. former vice president joe biden said this, no, not in america and there is you on one side. the time now is 10:06 a.m. a man had to be rescued after he fell into the sinkhole this happened in the strawberry . the man stepped off the curb and dropped into the ten foot sinkhole that formed between parked cars on the 3100 block o. he was taken to temple university hospital to be treated for non-life threatening injuries. neighbors say the water department patched up another hole a short distance away. a corner store in strawberry mansion went up in firefighters found flames shooting from the buildings at 1:25 a.m. heavy smoke damaged apartments above the store reported. firefighters working to figure out what caused the fire.
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french president macron is the latest european leader to call on north korea and the u.s. to dial back the rhetoric to find a peaceful solution in the nuclear crisis. yesterday pyongyang warned trump if the u.s. doesn't want to meet it's tragic doom it better talk and act properly. u.s. intelligence officials believe north korea can fire a missile far enough it's not accurate enough to reach u.s. shores. mayor kenny is investigating the shooting by police in north philadelphia. police receivedsaying her son wo steal the car. police say when officers tried to stop tyrice carlisle he let d went after a second officer's weapon that's when an officer
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shot and killedmayor kenny proml investigation. this morning an accused shoplifter is dead in gloucester county, new jersey. police ting to make a getaway. leodbury police say a items from wawa near woodbury lake. the man took off and jumped into he refused police commands to get out of the water and instead started swimming under thedg officers say that's when they lost sight of the man, state police drivers found the victim dead about 6 hours later. >> i opened the door, i lke les laying right there. >> police say the death was accidental, so far they have not released the identity of the victim. in atlantic city, a woman was hurt after she wfrom her ca. the woman fell into the water in the bay at the farley marine terminal.
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she was taken to the hospital. her injuries are said not to be life threatening. happening today, a rally ia dune project that has plagued the community with stagnant water. that rally is scheduled for later this afternoon on the beach at jerome avenue. those planned to attend are being asked to share their ideas to proceed against the dune project. the army corps of engineers has begun to add sand to the area where storm water collected following recent storms. residents say that created a decrees pool of bacteria near their homes. >> you can keep on dreaming about becoming an instant medical. there were no winners in the powerball drawing. worth 4 30e million dollars. here's -- 4 30e million $430 million. the next drawing is wednesday night, you can see the numbers right after "action news" at 11:00 p.m. right here on "action
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news." >> it's good to dream, nydia. >> another year of musikfest comes to an end tonight. jet throw tell -- jethro tull ft man ian around son. he anderson is the voice and the flute behind the band jethro tull. although the band disbanded years ago, he is keeping their sound alive. >> we'll have perfect weather tonight, you may need a jacket this evening. >> when you think about theut u might think about salt water taffy and corn, but there's a shrimp farm in new jersey. details on how this bride and groom spent their time together before saying i do. >> high water plagued parts of the country as storms hail, high
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wind wreak havoc. sky6 live hd over the ben franklin bridge, a nice, nice sunday in store,ooking too bad. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" on a sunday morning comes right back. >> parts of central nebraska
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made a brief trip into the twilight zone. a powerful hail storm in the
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town of broken bow gave roads an icy look of winter. chris stop getting excited. the hail tushed into this, heavy rain and flooded the same roads there. strong winds downed trees causing widespread power outages in that particular town. >> you must be so bored lately. >> reporter: i got to find things to do. actually it's been pretty active over the last few weeks across the entire county. it's been a very odd summer. most of the united states experienced downpours and severe weather. so much hail on the ground it looked like it snowed. we've been seeing that for across the majority of lower 48. things will quiet down over the next several days, especially here in the philadelphia area. there's a beautiful shot from our temple university camera. all is quiet, just a combination of sun and clouds. this is one of the pictures that was sent into the "action news" team a couple of weeks ago some
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of the tremendous flooding they picked up in burlington city, new jersey with the pop-up showers and storms. we've been seeing this weeks on end across the delaware and lehigh valleys. why do we continue to see the rain. why do we continue to see the flooding. a big reason for that is the stagnant air pattern we're in. the sun shines down brightly and heats the grounds. that air rises, because there's so much moisture in the air, that air becomes unstable and you get the huge towering cumulus clouds. yesterday's event and the one before that is not included in the explanation. some of the problems that we've seen, as the huge storm develops there's no steering current aloft to push them there, day ad hour after hour, it rains and rains, next thing you know you don't get two inch of rain, you
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get four and six. no shot of rain today. monday is dry. tuesday isolated chance of a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. 30% chance. wednesday is dry, thursday we get into the active pattern again. we have 48 hours of dry weather which could extend into monday, we have to see how the next system plays out. looks like it will brush parts of the area. rainfall totals look at the numbers going back over the last 6 weeks. atlantic city is close to a foot now in terms of rainfall. reading 10.75. wilmington, 9 inches of rain. philadelphia, 8.1. trenton, 7 1/2 inch of rain just within the last 6 weeks alone. this cold front this needed this got the atmosphere moving again. dropping down from canada, the jet stream runs like this and it will get moving again and push all the rain and moisture out ts
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back north as we move into the midweek time frame. that means the humidity increases and the threats for source -- showers and storms. clouds tough across south jersey, we're nice and clear, temperatures wise. everybody enjoying a nice poconos, 65 on the boards in atlantic city, 77. future tracker 6, sun and clouds, nice and quiet, dewpoints lowering refreshing. monday morning it may be cripples across the northern suburbs, reading, allentown, 52 degrees overnight tonight. tomorrow afternoon we'll see in, tuesday there's a slight chance of a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. later this evening, if you're heading up tojethro tull is thet 7nice and quite over the next
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several days. 86 today. 84 tomorrow. tuesday, 86 and close to 90 wednesday. >> shrimp farming is something you associate in the south, but it's happening in the middle of camden county. nora muchanic shrimp farm in southern pennsauken. >> reporter: the middle of an to farm shrimp.t where you this warehouse is home to the big shrimp company and on any given day half a million varioup development. >> we get our post lava shrimp from >> reporter: john is co-owner, he and his business partner became seafood farmers in ja a
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use for the giant tanks left over from a family business. >> we goodle a lot and put a lot of time and effort to learn about shrimp. >> salt water is trucked in and heated to 83 degrees and monitored every hour. >> it's tinier than a m lava. >> reporter: shrimp farming is a different ballgame and the folks here have learned a few things . the shrimp are transparent you can see their inside and what they had for lunch. the eyes be grateful the heads come off when they are cooked. >> we're the only provider of fresh shrimp in new jersey and there's only two or three in the country. >> frozen shrimp here. the company is selling to several area farmers market and.
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they are harvested on friday, if you're in the mood you can visit the farm yourself and pick up the shrimp on site. it doesn't get any fresher than that. nora muchanic channel 6 news." >> it is time to which can gngl
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corner. >> this is the time we chat about the videos and images everybody is talking about on facebook, youtube and a whole lot more. a new
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exchanged their vows in a unusual way. they tied the knot last week among the kettle bell society of the cross fitym there were freshly picked flowers and family and friends were there, the couple's friends and trainer led the ceremony. after the ceremony they lifted the bar bell together. they say they met at the gym in cross fit class which a work out session before the wedding. that's dedication. you're looking at a new world record domino toppling. that's 11,004 of a under water that went down in a matter of minutes of they placed t an underwater tank. they formed the image of the old world record center. by 1,000 domino's. a harrington delaware man
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has a tall tale to tell. he set a new state fishing record by camping a massive catfish that tips the scale at over 36 pounds and 38 inches long. he caught that fish in seaford back in june and the previous catfish record was 25 pounds. that's a whole lot of catfish there. >> a stray cat likelyitecs plan denver after it scared off the coyote. the homeowner was checking out the surveillance video when he saw the action go down. the coyote approached, bus stop kitty not in the mood for sharing. it arounded its back and took a swipe at the wild animal. the cat later showed up at the back door brave cat. >> tell us what you think about any of the videos by going to
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our facebook and twitter accounts. inside story is on 6abc. >> here's monica malpass with a preview. >> reporter: hi, everybody, i'm monica malpass coming up ongo ig the federal government over sankary cities and the funding that comes with them. we'll talk about that. there are two congressional seats in our area that are mr. play with incumbents pat des vulnerable. that's coming up story, see you then. when it's time to move to underwear
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>> you said it's a good day for sweet tea. >> reporter: that's right, ln te sweet tea in the >> and go to the gym. >> reporter: beach haven, 84 degrees. ocean city, 84. cape may, 80. delaware beaches 84. low risk for rip currents look for partly sunny skies and lowering humidity levels, 89 the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, nice d t it. sun and clouds, highs around 86. >> this week with george stephanopoulos is coming up next on 6abc. >> george has a busy show including talking about the violence in charlottesville,
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virginia and escalating with no. he sits down with anthony scaramucci. >> reporter: good morning what a week it's been dangerous nuclear threats overseas, a deadly act of domestic terror at home. we'll have the horrific act in charlottesville. the president getting blasted this morning for saying many sides are to blame failing to call out white supremacist. the national security advisor on the nuclear threats martha raddatz is live at the dmz. we have the first interview with anthony scaramucci since he was fired from the white house, what does he think about the president at comments yesterday, it's all coming up on this week. store, "action news" continues back here at noon. >> governor of virginia visitors churches incover the ry
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the deadly clashes in that city. >> we go into the researchers who conquered one for gray hall, chris sowers, i'm nydia han. have a great morning, we'll see you back here at noon.
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"this week" with geolence i charlottesville. >> oh, my gosh! >> a white nationalist rally spirals out of control when a possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence. on many sides. on many sides. >> what did he mean by many sides? the president's fu supremacists who sparked the blood shed is drawing fire from democrats and republicans. the fallout this morning. and nuclear bluster. >> they will be met with fire and fury. >> tension with north korea escalates as kim jong-un vows to respond with absolute force. is the warf


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